Molly McFadden cradles baby sister in new snaps from Portugal holiday with Brian
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Brian McFadden's daughter Molly has shared more family photos from her holiday abroad with her dad and newborn sister Ruby-Jean.
The 19 year old, who is also the daughter of former Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona, shared a sweet picture montage of their time in the sunny destination of Portugal – which is currently on the amber list.
One snap showed a gorgeous sunset over the sea, while other nature-filled scenes saw blue skies and the family enjoying a couple of beers.
Two photos saw Molly cuddling up to her 41 year old dad Brian, who could be seen dressed in a grey T-shirt with black aviators on.
The sweetest snaps, however, featured Molly's baby sister, who could be seen fast asleep in one picture, while another showed her being cradled by her sibling.
Molly could be seen wearing a black T-shirt as little Ruby-Jean slept soundly against her chest while wrapped up in a white babygrow.
Days before, Westlife star Brian gushed over his children as he shared the first image of Molly holding Ruby, as she gazed adoringly down at her little sibling.
Ruby was bundled into a stripy teal and white baby grow for the important family meeting.
“2 of my 3 girls,” he captioned. “Ruby has finally met both of her sisters @123_mollymc.”
Ever since Brian’s PE teacher fiancée Danielle Parkinson gave birth to their gorgeous tot, the doting parents have been loved-up with their new arrival.
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Ruby has enjoyed meeting all sorts of family members and friends as the couple shared their joy on various trips and walks in the fresh summer air.
Welcoming their child together was particularly poignant after the couple suffered two tragic miscarriages during their journey to conceive last year.
Speaking to OK!, Danielle shared her heartbreak and the difficulties they’d faced after deciding to try for a baby together two years ago.
"It does [feel like a miracle] but I feel awful saying that, as I’ve had so many messages on Instagram,” Danielle explained.
"The IVF community is so lovely and I’ve heard real traumatic stories from people who have been trying for 10 years, people who have had eight-plus miscarriages, so I feel we got lucky on our third attempt,” the new mum added.
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